Black Ambition and Billionaire Boys Club are excited to announce the Miami Digital Wearables Prize Competition, an opportunity for Miami based Black and Hispanic entrepreneurs to pitch their business ventures in Digital Wearables for a chance to win up to $20k in cash awards. Businesses must be operating/residing in Miami, FL to be eligible to apply. Applications open on November 10, 2022 and will close on November 21, 2022 at 10am EST.
A panel of expert judges will award $20k to the top three applicants. Finalists will be invited to attend an awards ceremony at the BBC store during Art Basel week in Miami, FL. The grand prize winner will receive $10,000, the second place winner will receive $7,000, and the third place winner will receive $3,000.
Black Ambition is delighted to partner with Billionaire Boys Club to host a business pitch competition for Black and Hispanic founders living and working in Miami, FL in the Digital Wearables industry.
Black Ambition is a non-profit initiative founded by Pharrell Williams, a visionary recording artist, philanthropist, and entrepreneur, working to close the opportunity and wealth gap for Black and Hispanic communities through entrepreneurship. During the inaugural Black Ambition prize competition in 2021, Black Ambition provided more than $3M to 34 founders who have since gone on to raise more than $50M in the past year.
Billionaire Boys Club, founded by Pharrell Williams and Nigo in 2003, is a globally recognized clothing, accessories and lifestyle brand, whose blend of streetwear and luxury has influenced countless pockets of fashion, music, design and culture. As the brand has morphed to continuously lead and define fashion, we have built a universe from the foundation of Billionaire Boys Club to form ICECREAM, Bee Line and Billionaire Girls Club.